Am 14.05.2007 01:20 schrieb David Miller: >> >> ESP Scsi Driver Core (SCSI_ESP_CORE) [N/m] (NEW) > > This one is a case where the option makes no sense by itself, > it provides the core common code for other front-end drivers. > > The documentation exists in those front end drivers, which > in turn auto-matically select and enable this config option. Thanks for the explanation. I never saw those other front-end drivers, perhaps because for lack of information I just chose the default of "N" on this one. > It would be nice if there was a Kconfig way to not provide > this thing at all unless one of the front-ends got selected > but on the otherhand I like how anyone can select it and thus > test the build of it :-) Well, as it stands, I am presented with that option but I don't have the faintest idea what "ESP" is and whether it would even be worth attempting to compile it. I would have preferred to see at least a short explanation of the term in order to decide whether it would be worth trying. Thanks, Tilman -- Tilman Schmidt E-Mail: [email protected] Bonn, Germany Diese Nachricht besteht zu 100% aus wiederverwerteten Bits. Ungeöffnet mindestens haltbar bis: (siehe Rückseite)
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